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My Good Life in France by Janine Marsh on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: My Good Life in France

As soon as I saw this promo for Janine Marsh’s debut novel My Good Life in France, I knew I had to get my hands on a copy!  I was familiar with Janine from The Good Life France website and Magazine but I hadn’t realised her move to France had been accidental. On a day […]

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Meatless? A Fresh Look at What You Eat by Sarah Elton

Did you know – humans are eating more meat than ever before? But at the same time,  vegetarianism is becoming more and more popular (check the #MeatlessMonday hashtag or take a look at recent cookbook releases – so many vegetarian and vegan options these days!). In short, more and more people are talking about meat […]

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French Fridays: Dinner Chez Moi by Elizabeth Bard

Are you a home cook who would love to discover your inner “Frenchness”? Do you often wonder how the French make entertaining look so effortless? Wish you had a little more of that French “je ne sais quoi” in your life? Well today’s French Friday pick,  Dinner Chez Moi, Elizabeth Bard’s latest book, is for […]

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French Fridays: Books for Francophiles from FUSAC

Image source If you spent any amount of time living in Paris in the early 1990s, you’ll be familiar with FUSAC (France – USA – Contacts). Originally a magazine containing classified ads and advertisements serving the English-speaking communities (Americans, British, Canadians, Irish, Australians, New Zealanders, and other nationalities who speak English) of Paris and the […]

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Lonely Planet Kids: First Words (French) and Pop up Paris

As a food and travel writer, I get a lot of cookbooks and guide books sent to me. Teachers, on the other hand (my day job) don’t tend to receive d lot of review copies of books though. So it’s always exciting when a publisher contacts me with books that might interest my students (and, […]

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French Fridays: How to make a French Family by Samantha Vérant

You may remember a few years ago, I told you the story of Samantha Vérant who first found herself in Paris at the age of 19. On that day, she met a handsome French scientist (Jean-Luc) and they spent one magical day exploring the city.  Though he begged her to extend her stay, Sam stuck […]

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